VF-Engineering now have a kit available which they claim takes the BMW M3 V8 to 700hp at the flywheel.
What’s it like to drive? Apparently good.
VF-Engineering say they only build supercharger kits for cars which have a solid foundation and which they believe can handle the extra horsepower.
1) We have driven a VF Engineering Supercharged BMW M3 before, but that one was a wide body, and this one is standard body. This one also has 70 more wheel horsepower than the last car.
2) The parts used to upgrade this particular M3 are nearly identical to the parts used to upgrade the STILLEN Nissan 370Z we drove on last week’s episode of TUNED. How do two completely different cars react to the same level of tuning?
These questions and more will be answered in the video after the jump. Oh, and there’s lots of V8 wail. And burnouts.
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